Episodes about "latin american"

Roberto Clemente

Roberto Clemente

Roberto Clemente was one of the greatest baseball players, but his off-the-field charitable work inspired by his Catholic faith that remains his greater legacy.

Eusebio Kino

Eusebio Kino

Fr. Eusebio Kino, S.J., was a 17th century Jesuit who ministered tirelessly to the native people of Arizona and Sonoran Mexico, fought for their dignity, and introduced cattle ranching.

Blessed Stanley Rother

Blessed Stanley Rother

Bl. Stanley Rother was an Oklahoma farm boy who became a priest and then missionary in Guatemala during the height of its civil war. Tom and Noƫlle Crowe share his story of courageous service to his people and Jesus, including giving up his life and becoming the first US-born martyr for the Faith.
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William Grace

William Grace

William Grace was an Irish immigrant, founder of a successful company , a generous philanthropist, and first Catholic mayor of New York City.

Blessed Carlos Rodriguez

Blessed Carlos Rodriguez

Blessed Carlos Rodriguez was a catechist and a lover of the liturgy, especially the Easter Vigil. He was the first Puerto Rican to be beatified.

The Martyrs of La Florida

The Martyrs of La Florida

Over the span of about 200 years, up to 1,000 Catholic missionaries and natives, were martyred in what is now the US Southeast.